Disclaim in

to disown; to disavow.
- Shak.

See also: Disclaim

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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citizen who otherwise has substantial independent means and who correspondingly desires to disclaim in favor of the grandchild.
Regrettably, absent an express disclaimer provision in the trust itself, the child under the governing law of the trust, i.e., the common law, would be unable to disclaim in favor of the grandchild.
Advisors should thoroughly consider the advantages and effects of disclaiming in the estate planning process and provide for the ability to disclaim in pertinent documents and situations.